5 bedrooms, three bathrooms, great suburb (Darling Point, Sydney), huge house and most likely massive price tag. Stalking tends to be expensive. What I love most about this particular house though is not the space or it's white brightness, it's lovely courtyard and pool or the stunning "wilderness" of a garden. No what I drool over in this house is the art collection. Oh to have my own walls covered in such fabulous (and large) works. Perhaps I could just about afford the hall with the tribal pieces ... perhaps ;) Link here until it is sold.
Anyone out there having a bad day? Need a break from reality? How about a little virtual trip to a space that is so fantastic you could have dreamt about it. The spaces that photographer James Silverman has photographed (beautifully I might add) are certainly dream-worthy, and could make any bad day seem a little less bleak.
Can a girl go weak at the knees over a caravan? Oh please! This ain't no caravan. She's a sleek and shiny 70s era Airstream. This baby was lovingly restored by Santa Barbara architect Matthew Hofmann. She's small, efficient, renovated with recycled and sustainable materials and is the live + work space for Matthew and his girlfriend. But most importantly she is sexy! Alas she wasn't always this hot. More like hot mess as you will see after the jump.
Modern interiors placed delicately in historic shells. Colour saturated minimalism and a dialogue between the past and the present. It's a beautiful balancing act. Welcome to the portfolio of Rome based architect Carola Vannini. It is all about space and colour, positive and negative, blocks and voids, old and new ... and respect.